Motorola in collaboration with Kodak announced the launch of a 5-mega-pixel camera and slider phone, MOTOZINE ZN5, with Xenon flash incorporated in it.
Compatible with quad-band EDGE network, the phone features MOTOMAGX Linux-based software platform, 320x240 screen resolution and CrystalTalk noise cancellation, similar to what exits in RAZR2 phones. Additionally the phone supports Wi-Fi and includes the web browser called Symphony, said the company.
Besides this, the phone comes with embedded multimedia features like 350MB onboard memory, MicroSDcard up to 4GB in size, 320x240 movie-recording mode, music and video players, a 3.5-mm headset jack, an FM radio, and Bluetooth stereo audio.
The phone will hit the market by this year end, however the price of the phone is not disclosed yet.